"Star Wars: Episode I--Attack of the Clones": A published screenplay with storyboard drawings.
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Gentle George | George | George L. | Lucas
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
I am the father of our Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
(1977) movie world - the filmed entertainment, the features and now the animated film and television series. And I'm going to do a live-action television series. Those are all things I am very involved in: I set them up and I train the people and I go through them all. I'm the father; that's my work. Then we have the licensing group, which...
Used the UFA film Metropolis
(1927) as guidelines for some of his Star Wars characters - the "robotic man" for "C-3PO" and the "robot's creator" as "Anakin Skywalker". Both the creator and Anakin lost a hand. The "robotic man's creator" loses his hand while building the robot.
According to Lucas, one of the themes in all of his films is man's relationship to machines and technology - either controlling them, or being controlled by them.